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This English Dresser originated in Shropshire, England in 1750. The doors indicate this dresser was made in Shropshire or the West Midlands. The tall leg with the trifed foot constitutes originality and a more desirable style. It is rare to find a dresser of this age with the original top section in tact. All the carvings were done by hand and there have been no restorations on the entire piece.
Research: The English Vernacular Furniture Guide
Date: Circa: 1750
Size: 76" x 17.5" x 81"
Stationary Writing Box
Mahogany and Satinwood
Copper Measure - George III
Size: 1/2 Gallon
Size: 3 Gallon
MFG: Wood & Son
Origin: Glasgow, Scotland
French Louis XV Fireside Chairs
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Antique Brass Compound Monocular Microscope with 2 objectives with cases: Two oculars: Plano & Concave mirror. Rack & Pinion coarse focus. Micrometer fine focus:
Fitted mahogany case.
Signed: Watson & Sons, 313 High Holborn, London.